Thursday, March 16, 2017

Free to a Good Home

Yes, even after participating in the orphan adoption event for a couple years now, I STILL have items that need to find another home!




This time I am putting this cute printed panel and a coordinating yard of a peach solid woven to use as you wish.  The panel measures about 30" square.



I will ship this anywhere in the US for free!
While I usually ask that my orphans get made into a charity quilt, I would just like this little guy to get finished up so it can be loved.  So if you have a need (and not just for your stash please), toss your name in the hat.

If you would like to adopt, please let me know in the comments that you are interested.  (Note, your comment should be made directly on my blog and not through Bloglovin' - it does not allow me your contact information so I have no way of getting ahold of you if you win.)

This giveaway is closed!

I will be selecting someone from those that are interested on Tuesday March 21st  so make sure you notify me before that.  I will just be using the random number generator.  Please make sure I can get a hold of you!  If you are not positive if your email is available, please leave it in the comment.
 Thanks so much!



Quilting is more fun than Housework




I am linking up with others ready to alleviate themselves from older projects.  Maybe you have something to share too!








21 comments:

  1. Hello Cynthia,
    I would be interested in adopting the puppy. I do not live in the US but would be happy to pay for postage. I would make the puppy into a baby quilt for friends who are dog lovers and who are expecting their first child in July. =) Thank you for your consideration

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  2. I am definitely interested in adopting this cute panel and yardage. I belong to a church group that makes quilts for a homeless family shelter in Des Moines, Iowa. The family must have a child to stay there and can only stay one month till they get back on their feet. When they leave the shelter, they are given quilts for their new home. So, there is a constant need for quilts. sjvonfumetti at yahoo dot com

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  3. Precious baby! You look just like my first puppy Peaches, a black and white Springer Spaniel who graced our lives for 16 years. I know you'll find a loving home:) I'm just finishing up a cat quilt to be donated to our local animal rescue for their next raffle. Just as I am certain the kitties will find a wonderful new home, you will too!!
    lstangl482 at aol dot com

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  4. That's adorable, and I would be interested in it for our local humane society silent auction coming up in April. I will quilt it and deliver it to help raise money for our local homeless animals.

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  5. Very cute I think I remeber this one.... happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  6. We have a thing going here for an auction to raise money for the new animal shelter building. That is where I would put it!

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  7. I'd love to finish this project and donate it to my groomer's salon. I've taken my dogs to her for 10 years and I know she'd love to have this hanging on the wall where she works!

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  8. This little puppy would be loved by a boy or girl
    at Child Protective Services here in San Bernardino County ... where my charity quilts go thru my quilt guild.

    sue in California

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  9. I would love to adopt this project. My sister and her husband are in the process of adopting two little boys. This would make a great gift for the day that those precious boys become their own.

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  10. I'd like a chance to win this cute panel. After adding some borders, it would make a good donation to an animal rescue auction that my daughter donates to. I know there are many quilters who have charities in mind--it's nice to know the panel will be put to good use by someone.

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  11. Hi there . I would love to throw my name in the ring for a chance to win the Puppy Panel. I have two 2nd chance dogs - one is a tri-pod Chihuahua and the other is one eyed poodle mix. Thank you for offering!

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  12. My sister works with her local animal shelter fostering dogs and cats. I'd love to finish it for their auction/tag sale. Betsy.smith@verizon.net

    Thanks for the opportunity.

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  13. I have a daughter that loves dogs and would love to do this up for her as a wall hanging. Thanks

    ABreading4fun [at] gmail [dot] com

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  14. This is just precious, would love to make this for my husband who,lost his wonderful service dog, Buster the Beagle, on November. Buster left a HUGE void that can never be filled but...... Would love to commentate his life with this.

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  15. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.netMarch 16, 2017 at 6:44 PM

    I would love to have it and would use it for a charity quilt. Our quilt guild donates quilts to a different charity every fall.

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  16. That puppy panel is adorable. he's more than welcome to come to my house. The grand children are learning to quilt and this panel with. Order work could be a quick kit for them uh hummm I mean me. Lol.

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  17. Would LOOOOVE to have the puppy panel!!! I would definitely make it up...for a new lil baby girl..our sweet neighbors just had their first Granbaby! :)

    Thank you for the chance to win! :D

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  18. oooh that puppy looks like mine...it would look great hanging in my sewing room...would love to win...will pay postage as well as I am in Canada..

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  19. I am interested in adopting the puppy. I would make him into baby quilt for the local children's hospital.

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  20. I would be happy to adopt the panel project. It would be a great charity quilt that I could finish and donate through my local quilt guild. Thanks for the chance to win.
    Shahann at yahoo dot com.

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  21. Would love to adopt that cute little puppy! A young boy would be delighted to have that once it is finished.

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